Access All Areas

We’re proud to say that The Station is a venue for literally everyone, so when we talk about being ‘inclusive’, we really mean it!
We’ve got ramps where they’re needed, disabled toilet facilities and some seriously special features for those that like to enjoy the freedoms that skating brings.

If you happen to be a user of the locally produced Cerge App, you’ll be pleased to know that we’re on board as a participating venue. So you can let us know in advance that you’ll be coming, and we can facilitate a smoother ride for your visit.

We also have ‘X’ conveniently located disabled car parks for you, and if you happen to use an assistance dog, they’re most welcome too, just remember to bring along your valid certification and ID.

We’ll be constantly improving our facilities to make your experiences at The Station the best they can possibly be.
That way, everyone gets to join in the fun!

official Cérge Companion Partner 

What is Cérge?
Cérge is a The Station’s Companion Website which is a collection of tools, guides, sensory descriptions, and virtual tours developed specifically for our venue to ensure you “Know Before You Go” about accessibility.

Cérge aims to solve two of the biggest barriers to Community Participation, Sport & Leisure, and Accessible Tourism for the disability community including lack of public information about a venue’s accessibility and ensure the best possible customer service by our team.
Cérge Companion Website Tools
  • Visual Story & Sensory Guide
  • Virtual Tour
  • Keyword Sign Board
  • Access Guide
  • Audio Guide
  • Communication Board
  • Meaningful & Contextual Alt Text
Visit Cérge @ The Station
Warning: For ticketed music events in Platform 1, you may need to know that from time to time strobe lighting and high volume sound may be used for certain acts or events, but feel free to get in touch with us before the event and we can let you know what to expect.
The Station respectfully acknowledges the Sunshine Coast Country, home of the Kabi Kabi peoples and the Jinibara peoples, the Traditional Custodians, whose lands and waters we now all share. We also pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging.
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